African handler Siginon Aviation renews SIA Cargo agreement

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Kenyan cargo handler Siginon Aviation has renewed its ground handling agreement with Singapore Airlines Cargo (SIA Cargo) at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi for three years.

The new agreement follows a rigorous audit of Siginon’s processes, facilities and systems in the newly opened air cargo terminal on the airside of JKIA.

Siginon Aviation has handled SIA Cargo at JKIA for over a decade, a relationship that has been renewed repeatedly due to the handlers achievement of high service standards in ground handling.

Siginon Aviation divisional manager, Jared Oswago says: “We are committed to consistently serve our airline customers with exceptional service that is benchmarked against global standards of service.

“The renewal of the ground handling agreement by Singapore Airlines reaffirms our commitment to ensure customer satisfaction and business growth.”

Siginon Aviation launched operations in its state of the art air cargo terminal in 2014 as well as acquired a series of global certifications such as; IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operators (ISAGO), RA3 and local certifications such as regulated agent by the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA).

Siginon Aviation was incepted in 1997 and also runs a similar operation in Eldoret International Airport.